In its latest annual accounts, the property investment and development group recorded a turnover of £104.9m and an operating profit of £32.4m for the financial year 2017/18, up from a turnover of £93.2m and profit of £30.4m in 2016/17.
Overall, turnover and profitability at CWC Group has more than doubled in the past five years.
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CWC holds over 3,000 acres of land and 15,000 residential plots in 130 development sites across the country, as well as more than 50 office and business parks and a number of large mixed-use sites.
David Clowes, chairman of the CWC Group (pictured above), said that its latest financial figures told a compelling story of robust management and cautious investment by the group.
“To have more than doubled our turnover and profitability over the past five years is testament to the hard work of our professional team and a vote of confidence from the market in our company’s direction and ethos.”
CWC Group is currently working on a number of major developments across the East Midlands and the UK.